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Is NATO indeed a relic of the Cold War and thus obsolete? 

The country's unique approach to public diplomacy innovation provides valuable lessons for other nations, say Jan Melissen and Hwajung Kim.

Australia's frequent leadership changes pose challenges to its global standing. All the more reason to make soft power a central element in its foreign policy.

 

The final installment of a three-part series on migration and the moral panic response of Hungarian politics.

The Trump White House has gained a reputation for corruption, mistruth, and attacks on press freedom that goes against everything America wants to be known for in the world.

The aim of this edited volume is to bring together perspectives and areas in public diplomacy that are under-explored. 

Part 2 of a three-part series on migration and the moral panic response of Hungarian politics.

Countering disinformation through public diplomacy's communication strategies.

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